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[New employee] Liv Karen Stubberud

Liv Karen Stubberud started working as Higher Executive Officer at IIK-Trondheim 14 August. She will mainly be working with student related matters, and will replace Mona. Liv Karen is seated in room B213. 

2017/08/17 14:58


[New employee] PhD Enio Marku

Enio Marku from Albania started working as a PhD student 1 August. Prof. Colin Boyd will be his supervisor. Marku is seated in Office A263.


 

2017/08/15 21:03


Paper accepted at IEEE PIMRC 2017

The paper "Fair Airtime Allocation for Content Dissemination in WiFi-Direct-Based Mobile Social Networks" by Zhifei Mao and Yuming Jiang has been accepted for presentation at the IEEE 28th Annual International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC 2017, http://pimrc2017.ieee-pimrc.org/) to be held on 08 - 13 October 2017 at Montreal, QC, Canada. 

2017/08/14 09:14


[Publication] Paper accepted at LATINCRYPT 2017

The paper "Secure Channels and Termination: The Last Word on TLS by Colin Boyd and Britta Hale has been accepted for publication at LATINCRYPT 2017, Habana, Cuba

2017/08/11 14:49


[Other] Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD): "SECCLO – Master’s Programme in Security and Cloud Computing"

The 2017 Erasmus+ project Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMD): "SECCLO – Master’s Programme in Security and Cloud Computing" has been granted for funding by EU in amount of 2,955,000 EUR. NTNU coordinator of this project is Prof. Danilo Gligoroski and participants are: Prof. Colin Boyd, Prof. Stig Frode Mjølsnes and Mona Nordaune, from the Department of Information Security and Communication Technology (IIK).

About the project:
The "SECCLO – Master’s Programme in Security and Cloud Computing" project is a project between 5 Nordic universities and one Public Scientific Organization from France. The participants are: 1. Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland (main coordinator); 2. KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden; 3. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU); 4. Technical University of Denmark (DTU); 5. University of Tartu (UT), Estonia; 6. EURECOM, France. Additionally, there are several associate industrial partners such as: F-Secure Corporation, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Intel Labs Europe, Germany, Nokia Bell Labs,  France, Cybernetica AS, Estonia, GuardTime, Estonia

Master studies in the Security and Cloud Computing program will give students a broad understanding of the latest and future technologies for secure cloud and mobile computing systems.

The first year of the program (60 ECTS) is given by Aalto University. The study material covers fundamental concepts, methods and the latest technologies on secure systems engineering, distributed application development, network and service architectures, ubiquitous computing, and cloud and mobile computing platforms. The first year concludes with a summer school and internship.

Second year specialization tracks (30 ECTS) are given by the consortium partners: 1. Communications Systems Design at KTH, 2. Information security by NTNU, 3. Reliable distributed systems by DTU, 4. Cryptography by UT, and 5. Big data security by EURECOM.

The final 30 ECTS are for the Master Thesis project jointly supervised by the consortium members. Master theses are usually written as R&D projects either in industry or in an academic environment.

 

 

2017/06/28 12:46


[Publication] Paper accepted at RNDM 2017

“Failure Process Characteristics of Cloud-Enabled Services” by Besmir Tola, Yuming Jiang and Bjarne E. Helvikhas been accepted for publication at RNDM 2017 (9th International Workshop on Resilient Networks Design and Modeling) to be held in Alghero (IT) on September 4-6, 2017

2017/06/26 12:49


[Publication] Paper accepted at RNDM 2017

The paper “Characterization of Failure Dynamics in SDN Controllers” by Petra VizarretaPoul HeegaardBjarne E. HelvikWolfgang Kellerer, and Carmen Mas Machuca,has been accepted for publication at RNDM 2017 (9th International Workshop on Resilient Networks Design and Modeling) to be held in Alghero (IT) on September 4-6, 2017 

2017/06/21 13:32


[Publication] Paper accepted at ARES 2017

The paper “A Trust-based Resilient Routing Mechanism for the Internet of Things” by Zeeshan Ali Khan, Johanna Ullrich, Artemios Voyiatzis, and Peter Herrmann has been accepted for presentation at the International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES 2017) to be held from August 29 to September 1 in Reggio Calabria.

2017/06/06 22:23


[Publication] Short paper accepted at ISIT 2017

The short paper “Repair Duality in Storage Systems” by Katina Kralevska, Danilo Gligoroski, Harald Øverby, Rune E. Jensen, and Per Simonsen has been accepted for presentation at IEEE International Symposium on Information Theory (ISIT 2017)

2017/05/30 15:38


[PhD graduation] Congratulations to Anne-Lena Kampen

Anne-Lena Kampen successfully completed her trial lecture and PhD thesis defence on Thr May 18 2017 and will be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Telematics).

The title of her thesis is “Modelling and analyzing cost-effective dependability in passive optical networks” and the given topic for her trial lecture was “Long Range Wireless IoT Technologies: Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) vs Cellular”.

The following committee had been appointed to evaluate her thesis, trial lecture and defence:

  • Professor Luis Muñoz, University of Cantabria
  • Senior Research Scientist Isabelle Tardy, Sintef Digital, Oslo
  • Prof. Yuming Jiang, Department of Information Security and Communication Technology, NTNU

 

Anne-Lena Kampen has carried out her PhD work at the Department of Telematics (now: Department of Information Security and Communication Technology), NTNU. Her main supervisor has been Øivind Kure.

 

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2017/05/22 14:04